Vincent-Gregor Schulze

Associate - Regime-Building in the Arctic and Small States

Vincent-Gregor Schulze serves as Associate, with interests in regime-building and institutional development in the Arctic and Small States.

He is currently working as a freelance researcher and lecturer in Berlin. He holds a Bachelor degree in Cultural Studies and Political Science from the Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena as well as a Master degree in European Studies awarded by the University of Leipzig. Furthermore, he received a Postgraduate Diploma in Small State Studies from the University of Iceland. Moreover, he studied in Finland, Norway and Denmark to get deeper in various aspects of the Arctic.

His main interests in the Arctic are issues of governance, regime building and the Small States in the Arctic, with a particular interest in Northern Europe. Due to his interdisciplinary background he is approaching Arctic Governance from a political, legal and economic perspective. In addition to his interest in Arctic, he takes great interest in European Integration, International Law and Cultural History.

Apart from his academic live, Vincent is a keen traveler who loves the outdoors. If he is not able to run or to hike, he likes to relax with Heavy Metal music.